Breaking Travel News speaks to Godfrey Dyer, chairman of the Jamaica Tourism Enhancement Fund, during the Caribbean Travel Marketplace. He tells us how experiential tourism will boost both visitor numbers and revenue for the hospitality sector on the island.
Speaking during Caribbean Travel Marketplace in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Jason Sharp, managing director of Coffee Traders Limited, tells Breaking Travel News how important the culinary offering of the island is to the hospitality sector.
Delia Bennett, sales executive, Jamaica & Bahamas, and Lisa Morales-Wilson, head of sales, Caribbean Airlines, speak to Breaking Travel News during the Caribbean Travel Marketplace. They tell us how important aviation is in the development and success of the hospitality sector in the region.
As The S Hotel joins Spanish Court in the Crissa Hotels’ portfolio, Breaking Travel News chats with Andres Cope, reservations manager with the company, to find out more.
Poised to become the ultimate trendsetting hotspot, the hotel overlooks Doctor’s Cave Beach and will put the location on the map for seasoned international travellers.
This unique and picturesque venue features stunning 360-degree, panoramic water views and a glass floor aisle, so guests can truly walk on water on their special day.
Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has revealed the Caribbean island saw an 8.6 per cent increase in tourism revenue in 2018. Speaking at press conference in Kingston, he revealed preliminary figures from the Jamaica Tourist Board have shown a new record for the industry in terms of arrivals and spend.